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Some suggested work bench heights.

ladies this goes for counter heights as well.one height for canning -one for rolling out dough .and the tallest one I would not use cause I'm only allows you to .customize your kitchen for your own height and comfort level !

Fold out table -- could probably DIY this and make an awesome craft/fabric table. - Nomadic furniture

Fold out table -- could probably DIY this and make an awesome craft/fabric table or a work bench that goes from miter saw to table saw support - Nomadic furniture

I found a useful hardness chart for various types of wood with colors associated for each type

I found a useful hardness chart for various types of wood with colors associated for each type

Hardness Levels Infographic: Comparing Exotic and Domestic Lumber for Wood Flooring– When it comes to lumber type, there are varying levels of hardness. Here is an infographic that compares a range of wood species by hardness.

Right Angle Braces - Wood Mag Tip of the Day For each pair, start with a 12″ square of 3⁄4″ Baltic-birch plywood and cut it in half diagonally. Then cut notches for the clamps, above. You can vary sizes to suit larger or smaller projects. The braces help with more than glue-ups. Clamp a pair to a chest, above, to support the lid as you install hinges.:

Right Angle Braces - Wood Mag Tip of the Day For each pair, start with a square of Baltic-birch plywood and cut it in half diagonally. Then cut notches for the clamps, above. You can vary sizes to suit larger or smaller projects. The braces help

All of us have experienced the problem of the elusive glue-bottle cap. As we work on a project, the cap gets harder and harder to put back on the bottle, so we eventually leave it off. Then it immediately disappears. To solve this problem, I attached the cap to the bottle using a 6" length of string. —Ron Altier, West Lafayette, Ohio

Wood Magazine – Shop Tip of the Day Never miss a bit with holder-and-gauge combo. (I'm kind of embarrassed to have never thought of this.

Kreg Tool Tip: Working with Different Board Thicknesses | When joining boards of two different thicknesses edge-to-edge or end-to-edge, set your Kreg Jig® according to the thickness of the thinner board. The picture shows a ½"-thick board and ¾"-thick board that were joined with pocket holes. As you can see, the Kreg Jig® was set for ½"-thick material, the thinner board. We've also included a helpful chart that shows which Kreg Jig® setting and screw length to use based on material…

Kreg Tool Tip: Working with Different Board Thicknesses When joining boards of two different thicknesses edge-to-edge or end-to-edge, set your Kreg Jig® according to the thickness of the thinner board. The picture shows a ½"-thick board and ¾"-thick boa

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